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September 12, 2006

MobiTV Partners With AT&T Inc To Offer Web TV on PCs

posted by MR WAVETHEORY at 9/12/2006 01:15:00 AM
MobiTV, which recently was best known for providing TV to cell phones subscribers, is launching a WebTV service with AT&T. The service will be called AT&T Broadband. What a brilliant idea!USA Today writes:
AT&T Broadband TV initially will offer 20 channels of cable and made-for-broadband TV, including Bloomberg Television, HGTV, Food Network, History Channel, Oxygen, Maxx Sports and the Weather Channel. New channels and other content will be added regularly, says Daniel York, AT&T's senior vice president of programming.

The service will cost $19.99 a month. That's on top of the cost of a broadband connection, which must be purchased separately. At AT&T, DSL starts at $12.99 a month.

Good news: AT&T will be offering a two-week free trial for AT&T Broadband.

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